Polyploidization in vitro: Formation of a predominantly triploid cell population in an originally diploid tissue culture of Microtus agrestis View Full Text


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1974-03

AUTHORS

F. Pera, P. Scholz

ABSTRACT

In a tissue culture of male Microtus agrestis, transformation of the originally predominantly diploid cells to a population with 85% triploid cells was observed. The change from diploid to triploid occurred between the 8th and 11th month of tissue culture. Two triploid cell lines could be distinguished and isolated, one with the karyotype 3n,XXY, the other with 3n,XYY. In about 1%, diploid cells with two X or two Y chromosomes were found. Halooid, tetraploid, hexaploid and octoploid mitoses also occurred in a low percentage. The DNA replication pattern of triploid cells in the S period was studied by means of pulse labeling with 3H-thymidine and by measuring the relative DNA content. The G2 period of triploid cells was found to be about 1 hr longer than that of diploid cells, but about 15 min shorter than that of tetraploid cells. The role of multipolar mitoses in the formation of triploid cells and diploid cells with two X or two Y chromosomes is discussed. More... »

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17-26

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00278560

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4600713


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